2004 Summer Colloquium


Andrew Arlig, The Ohio State University

E. Jennifer Ashworth, University of Waterloo

Josh Blander, UCLA

John Boler, University of Washington (emeritus)

Charles Brittain, Cornell University

Jeff Brower, Purdue University

Susan Brower-Toland, St. Louis University

Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, Calvin College

Bernd Goehring, Cornell University

Jeff Hause, Creighton University*

Dave Horner, Biola University

Peter King, University of Toronto

Scott MacDonald, Cornell University

Gareth Matthews, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Colleen McCluskey, St. Louis University

Mike Rota, St. Louis University

Edith Sylla, North Carolina State University

Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University

Christina Van Dyke, Calvin College

Kate Waidler, Cornell University

Jim Wetzel, Colgate University

Thomas Williams, University of Iowa


Thursday, June 3

[1:00–2:30 Lunch (gather in 213 Goldwin Smith)]

2:45–3:00 Announcements

3:00–4:15Session 1:Aquinas on Acts Voluntary in Their Cause

Jeff Hause, Creighton University

4:15–4:45  Break

4:45–6:00 Session 2:Restoring Duns Scotus to Disrepute

Thomas Williams, University of Iowa

7:30Pizza at Scott MacDonald’s (130 Sunset Drive)

Friday, June 4

9:00–10:15Session 3:Augustine on Thought and the Mental Word

Bernd Goehring, Cornell University

10:15–10:45  Break

10:45–12:00Session 4:Augustine on Time and Creation

Gary Matthews, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

12:00–1:30 Lunch

1:30–2:45Session 5:Augustine on the Truth about Lies

Peter King, University of Toronto

2:45–3:00 Short break

3:00-4:15Session 6:Aquinas on Lying

Jeff Brower, Purdue University

4:15–4:45 Break

4:45–6:00Session 7:An Unequal Relationship between Equals: Thomas Aquinas on Marriage

Colleen McCluskey, St. Louis University

7:30Picnic at Stewart Park

Saturday, June 5

9:00–10:15Session 8:Metaphor and Extended Language Use in Aquinas and Others

E. Jennifer Ashworth, University of Waterloo

10:15–10:45 Break

10:45–12:00Session 9:Averroes’ Aristotelian Doctrine of Intellect

Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University

12:00–1:30 Lunch

1:30–2:45Session 10:Ockham on Concepts, Judgment, and Intentionality

Susan Brower-Toland, St. Louis University

2:45–3:00 Short break

3:00–4:15Session 11:Walter Burley’s Disputatio Collativa 1319-20?

Edith Sylla, North Carolina State University

4:15–4:45 Break

4:45–6:00Session 12:Silent but Deadly:

the Seven Capital Vices Today

Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, Calvin College

7:00Dinner at Hai Hong Restaurant (corner of Meadow and State)